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  • Turkey's victorious Erdogan set to assume...

    Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has dominated Turkish politics for the past 15 years, is set to extend his rule with sweeping powers after winning landmark presidential and parliamentary elections […]

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1) Wyoming Senator Mike Enzi is applauding a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that says states can collect sales taxes on internet purchases.
Should Wyoming residents pay sales taxes when they buy products online?
2) Colorado is allowing independent voters to cast ballots in either the Democratic or Republican primaries. Wyoming only allows registered members of a political party to vote in their primaries.
Should Wyoming follow Colorado’s lead, and allow independents to vote in party primaries?

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Restored Big Boy engine to be unveiled July 9

Posted 6-24-2018, City of Cheyenne (CHEYENNE) – After six months of construction for restoration, the Big Boy No. 4004 steam engine will be reintroduced during a ribbon cutting ceremony at Holliday Park on Monday, July 9 at 12pm. The locomotive has been restored to...

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Judge grants second continuance in Cheyenne murder case

By Joy Greenwald, KGAB
CHEYENNE — A federal judge has granted a second continuance in the case against a Cheyenne man accused of killing a 19-year-old, torching his SUV and dumping his body in a reservoir southeast of Cheyenne.

Armando Ramirez-Serna appeared in custody before U.S. Magistrate Judge Kelly H. Rankin this (Friday) morning.  Click here for more

Public records dispute may land state in court

By Andrew Graham, Wyofile.com
CHEYENNE — They’ve paid thousands in fees and waited for months, but two transparency advocacy groups still don’t have the public records they requested.

Now they’re threatening to sue the Wyoming State Auditor — the second such threat in less than a year and the latest skirmish in a dispute over new rules that allow state agencies to charge for public records. Click here for more

Laramie Police Department makes arrests in stabbing case

By Sara Teter, KGAB
LARAMIE — The Laramie Police Department has made two arrests in a stabbing that occurred the morning of Friday, June 22.
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Ranching, fishing, family time fill governor’s after-office agenda

By Ike Fredregill, Laramie Boomerang
CHEYENNE – The aroma of bacon, salty and crisp, filled Gov. Matt Mead’s ranch kitchen as his family roused to greet the long Memorial Day weekend.

With both hands wrapped around her cup, Carol Mead sipped steaming, black coffee as she recounted the estate’s history.  Click here for more

At two-room Red Creek Elementary, education meets rural Wyoming

By Seth Klamann, Casper Star-Tribune
CASPER — There are two classrooms in the trailer that is Red Creek Elementary. There are cubbies, hooks for jackets, a cluster of desks, a bathroom, a whiteboard, posters with owls and educational platitudes. There’s a desk for the teacher, some tables, a cabinet stuffed with balls, a purified water fountain.
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Cheyenne Fire Rescue to celebrate new engine

Posted 6-24-2018, Cheyenne Fire Rescue (CHEYENNE) – Cheyenne Fire Rescue will celebrate the arrival of a new Engine #2 starting at 3:30 p.m. and conclude with a “wetdown” ceremony on Wednesday, June 27. The event will take place at Fire Station #2, 514 Fox Farm Road....

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Crow Creek Revival Project awarded $8,000 grant

Posted 6-24-2018, City of Cheyenne (CHEYENNE) –  As the heart of the city of Cheyenne, Crow Creek was the reason Cheyenne and Laramie County were born over 150 years ago. Economic development and growth occurred because water was available for the railroads,...

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LCCC Board announces July meetings

Posted 6-24-2018, Laramie County Community College (CHEYENNE) — The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees announced its upcoming meetings for July. The board will hold its regular meeting and a public budget hearing at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, July 11, in...

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Cheyenne Historic Preservation Board to hold work session

Posted 6-23-2018, Cheyenne Historic Preservation Board (CHEYENNE) – The Cheyenne Historic Preservation Board will hold a work session to discuss the planning for their sixth annual Tour the Legend historic homes and building tour and a fundraising dinner. The work...

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  • Authorities seek clues in fatal shooting at...

    Authorities in southern California on Monday are reportedly sifting through a campsite at the Malibu Creek State Park in hopes of finding a clue in the fatal shooting of a father in front of his daughters during a camping trip. […]

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  • Lifeguards are MIA at popular Coney Island beach

    It’s summer in the Big Apple — but there are still no lifeguards in sight at one large, popular strip of sand and shore on Coney Island, infuriating beachgoers. The more than half-mile stretch between West 19th and West 29th streets in the southern Brooklyn oasis has been without […]

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  • State has new regulations for credit reporting...

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - New York regulators are requiring credit reporting agencies to register with the state in the wake of last year's Equifax security breach that exposed the personal information of about 148 million Americans. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday that the state Department of […]

Reuters

  • Turkey's Erdogan emerges victorious, setting him...

    ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey's Tayyip Erdogan emerged victorious on Monday from his biggest electoral challenge in a decade and a half, giving him the sweeping, executive powers he has long sought and extending his grip on the nation of 81 million until at least 2023. […]

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  • Turkey's victorious Erdogan set to assume...

    Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has dominated Turkish politics for the past 15 years, is set to extend his rule with sweeping powers after winning landmark presidential and parliamentary elections […]

NBC News

Fox News

  • Authorities seek clues in fatal shooting at...

    Authorities in southern California on Monday are reportedly sifting through a campsite at the Malibu Creek State Park in hopes of finding a clue in the fatal shooting of a father in front of his daughters during a camping trip. […]

Washington Times

  • State has new regulations for credit reporting...

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - New York regulators are requiring credit reporting agencies to register with the state in the wake of last year's Equifax security breach that exposed the personal information of about 148 million Americans. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday that the state Department of […]

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  • Lifeguards are MIA at popular Coney Island beach

    It’s summer in the Big Apple — but there are still no lifeguards in sight at one large, popular strip of sand and shore on Coney Island, infuriating beachgoers. The more than half-mile stretch between West 19th and West 29th streets in the southern Brooklyn oasis has been without […]

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  • Turkey's Erdogan emerges victorious, setting him...

    ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey's Tayyip Erdogan emerged victorious on Monday from his biggest electoral challenge in a decade and a half, giving him the sweeping, executive powers he has long sought and extending his grip on the nation of 81 million until at least 2023. […]

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1) A judge in California has ruled that Starbucks and other coffee companies have to post a cancer warning, because a chemical used in the bean roasting process is a known carcinogen. The coffee industry is fighting back, saying the amount of the carcinogen is too small to cause harm. They say they can’t remove the chemical without affecting the taste.
Should Wyoming residents pay sales taxes when they buy products online?
2) The federal government, including Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who is from Montana, is considering blocking gold mining from the mountains just north of Yellowstone National Park, citing concerns about the impact on the environment. Mining companies say they have been working in the area for years and the impact of new mines would be minimal.
Should Wyoming follow Colorado’s lead, and allow independents to vote in party primaries?

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